Benedict Reyes (2020-2021) carried out fieldwork and spearheaded habitat data transcription, organization and summary analysis.
Lilly Fewell (2020-2021) developed initial stages of an acoustic monitor in RavenPro.
Isak Larson began the creation of an automatic detector in Kaleidoscope, so we can run our thousands of hours of acoustic data through the detector without having to manually go through each day.
Molly Spurrell assisted in testing audiomoths and getting our 2021 fieldwork off the ground.
Drew Bland participated in 2020 fieldwork, and conducted a monitor radius study.
Sidney Rees updated and created volunteer materials.
Nancy Parra completed a set of whitebark pine habitat surveys in 2020 to compare current conditions with those from a decade ago. She plans to submit her manuscript for publication mid-May 2020.
Listen to Nancy's poster presentation here!